How to find a therapist — and why it can be so hard

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“The most important and beneficial factor for therapy is the quality of the relationship between the patient and the therapist” says Wesley Boyd. Photo by Shutterstock.

Jonathan Bastian talks with Wesley Boyd,  psychiatrist and professor of medical ethics at Baylor College of Medicine, about stigma and challenges surrounding access to mental health care, and why, even with good health insurance, it’s so hard to find a therapist. Later, Charlotte Cowles, writer and columnist for New York Magazine's The Cut and the New York Times, shares her personal story searching for a therapist and why she thinks finding good mental health support is so important. 

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Andrea Brody